The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on September 4, 2001 · 18
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Tuesday, September 4, 2001
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ES e w a CHEROKEE COUNTY Kathy Scruggs, 41, veteran AJC police reporter By DOUG PAYNE Kathy Scruggs, an Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter well known for coverage of law enforcement, was found dead in her Cherokee County home Sunday night. She was 41. The talented journalist came to the newspaper about 15 years ago and had suffered a variety of health problems for the past year. Cherokee County Coroner Earl Darby said Ms. Scruggs had last spoken to her parents Wednesday night, and they called a friend to check on her welfare Sunday night. Although her remains were taken to the GBI laboratory in Decatur for an autopsy, Darby said it appeared she had died peacefully in her sleep. Ms. Scruggs was a tenacious reporter who friends said was dogged in pursuit of a story, but also a sensitive writer. Journal-Constitution reporter David Pendered remembered a time when Ms. Scruggs tracked down the mother of a shooting victim for an interview. Relatives at the victim's home said the mother had walked to the beauty parlor. Ms. Scruggs found the woman walking home, hat in hand. "It was a warm day," she said later, explaining how she knew the woman was the victim's mother. "Any woman carrying her hat instead of wearing it had to be coming home from the beauty parlor." Ms. Scruggs converted that interview into a memorable story about the victim's side of a brutal shooting, Pendered said. "I would characterize her as ROSWELL James Gibson, 77, fire chief in Fulton By KAY POWELL Armed with a yellow legal pad and two Cross pens in July 1977, within six months Atlanta firefighter James Gibson had organized Fulton County's first fire department in 25 years. From 1952 until Jan. 1, 1978, the county was protected by volunteer firefighting units. Its insurance rating was a 9, with 10 being the worst, said Danny Bowman of Dimming, retired Fulton County Fire Department battalion chief. The department today has 20 fire stations and more than 400 employees, said Mr. Bowman. Under Chief Gibson's leadership, fire insurance ratings were improved to a 4. As a result, residents paid half as much for fire insurance coverage, he explained. "That's what meant the most to him. When he retired, the insurance rating had literally been cut in half," said Chief Bowman. The funeral for James Irwin "Hoot" Gibson, 77, of Roswell, who died Saturday following heart surgery at St. Joseph's Hospital, will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at Roswell Funeral Home. Firefighting appealed to Chief Gibson, and he joined the Atlanta Fire Department after serving in the Navy during World War II. "He loved it from the moment he went on it till he died," said his wife of 55 years, Hazel Gibson. "My husband loved to have a challenge. He was the type person who needed a challenge every day " He rose to the challenge in creating the Fulton County Fire Department and considered the opportunity a huge honor, resigning as acting director of the Atlanta Bureau of Fire Services to take the job, said Chief Bowman. Organizing the Fulton Fire Department was the high point of Chief Gibson's career, said Chief Bowman. The low point was the deadly Davis Bros, restaurant fire May 30, a very good reporter who was very fair," said Atlanta police Chief Beverly Harvard. "She called the shots as they were, be it good or bad. She didn't show favoritism. She was accurate." Ms. Scruggs was reared in Athens, the daughter of real estate and insurance investor Lewis Scruggs Jr. She attended the University of Georgia but graduated from Queen's College in North Carolina with a degree in journalism. Ms. Scruggs was part of the Journal-Constitution's news team covering the 1996 Summer Olympic Games when she and fellow reporter Ron Martz broke the story about Richard Jewell being an FBI suspect in the Centennial Olympic Park bombing. Mr. Jewell subsequently was cleared by the FBI and later sued the Journal-Constitution and other news organizations. In 1999, a Fulton County judge ordered Ms. Scruggs and Mr. Martz to reveal the sources of their information about Mr. Jewell or face jail, an order that is still on appeal to the state appeals court. "Through all of the examination in this litigation, nothing was ever found that indicated that what Kathy wrote was not the truth," said Journal-Constitution Publisher Roger Kintzel. "She died knowing that what she wrote was accurate, and I think that was really important to her. She felt confident that that would be proven in court." Funeral arrangements were incomplete Monday night. Bernstein Funeral Home in Athens is in charge. James "Hoot" Gibson served in the Navy during World Warll. 1971, which killed four firefighters and injured 21 more. "After the building exploded, Chief Gibson was called in to be the incident commander. Four firefighters were killed and almost all the firefighters were injured," said Chief Bowman. "He was the one who had to notify the families. He said many times that that was the lowest point of his firefighting career." His career lasted 44 years, 14 with the Fulton department, before his retirement in 1991. "He was arguably the most respected fire officer in the Southeast," said Chief Bowman. Chief Gibson had been president of the 733-department Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs and was on the board of directors of the southeastern and international associations of firefighters. In retirement, Chief Gibson kept up his 2V4-acre garden and his championship golf game. He won many golf tournaments and had scored two holes in one, said his wife. "He had a good wife that let Jiim play three or four times a week," said his childhood friend Marion Callaway of Dacula. "He was an optimist and at all times saw the best in a person," said Mr. Callaway, who for years played amateur baseball with Chief Gibson, a pitcher and outfielder. "I've never seen him mad. I guess he could get mad, but I never saw him mad," said Mr. Callaway. In addition to his wife, survivors include three sisters, Doris Blume of Powder Springs, Agnes Hyatt of Marietta and Sarah Hutto of Snellville. 1 J OBITUARIES Our policy: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution strives to make this list a complete record of deaths in the metro area and of selected deaths elsewhere. Please ask your funeral home or cremation society to call us at 404-526-5342, or fax us at 404-526-7517. These listings are free. For a Family-Placed Death Notice, for which there is a charge, have your funeral home contact our advertising department at 404-526-5271. ON THE WEB: For more information about this topic: News obituaries at; family-placed death notices at DEATHS AND FUNERALS FUZED IRENE T. IRVIN, 85, died Saturday. Funeral, 2 p.m. today, H.M. Patterson & Son, Oglethorpe Hill. EDITH ELBA ROBILLARD , 93, died Sunday. Funeral, 8:45 a.m. Wednesday, Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church; A.S. Turner & Sons. CATHERINE WOLLNER , 92, died Monday. Graveside service, 1:30 p.m. today, Greenwood Cemetery; Green Lawn Jewish Funeral Directors. JAMES W. HICKS JR., 81, of White died Saturday. Funeral, 3 p.m. today, Fellowship Baptist Church; Parnick Jennings Funeral Home. FRANK C. JACOBS, 77, of White died Sunday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Owen Funeral Home. WILLIAM TIMOTHY KIMBELL, 52, of Cartersville died Sunday. Funeral, 1 p.m. today, Parnick Jennings Funeral Home. 1 MARY NELL MclNTYRE ELLIS, 72, of Bowdon died Monday. Funeral, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Kansas Baptist Church, Waco; Rainwater & West Funeral Home. 1 MIKE Fins , 61, of Canton died Sunday. The body was cremated. Memorial service, 2 p.m. today, Sosebee Funeral Home. BOBBY I. TEATE, 64, of Stock-bridge died Saturday. Funeral, 11 a.m. today, Ford-Stewart Funeral Home. H.l:1:lMHlgH ROBERT HIUJS CONNER, 92, of Kennesaw died Sunday. The body was cremated. Memorial service, 4 p.m. Saturday, Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home. CORA BELL MILLER, 74, of Kennesaw, formerly of Bartow County, died Sunday. Funeral, 11 a.m. today, Collins Funeral Home. JACK SHOEMAKE , 71, of Marietta, formerly of Buford, died Monday. Funeral plans will be announced by Flanigan Funeral Home. HENRY J. WERNER, 58, of Mableton died Sunday. Funeral plans will be announced by White Columns Chapel, Mableton. FANNIE McRAE, 87, of Coweta County died Thursday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Mount Prospect Baptist Church, Moreland; Sellers-Smith funeral home. ROSALYN KIRK HELLER, 81, of Decatur died Saturday. Funeral, 11 a.m. today, Lutheran Church of the Messiah; A.S. Turner & Sons. Pauline Kael, respected movie reviewer for The New Yorker By ELEANOR RINGEL GILLESPIE Pauline Kael always said that she lost it at the movies. No wonder that's where we found her. Ms. Kael, doyenne of American movie reviewers, and movie lovers, died at 82 Monday at her home in Great Barrington, Mass. Until the mighty thumbs of the mass-media-friendly duo, Siskel and Ebert, came along, she was THE voice of movie reviewing for anyone who cared about movies (and had an attention span longer than three minutes). Her weekly reviews in The New Yorker, which ran from 1968 until 1991 when Parkinson's disease forced her to retire, were infuriating and stimulating, informative and mystifying, controversial and astonishing. If you cared about movies seeing them, arguing about them, rehashing them you found yourself caring about her reviews, reading her, arguing about her, rehashing her. Longtime Newsweek critic David Ansen once wrote of her; "Almost single-handedly she created a new and widely imitated fashion in criticism visceral, common-sensical, sensual, rude." Raised on a ranch in Petaluma, Calif., she published her first reviews (unpaid) in 1953. She didn't move to New York until 1965, the year she published her first book, "I Lost It at the Movies." It was also the year McCall's magazine fired her for eviscerating "The Sound of Music" which she called "a tribute to freshness that is so mechanically engineered and so shrewdly calculated that the background music rises, the already soft focus blurs and melts and, upon the instant, you can hear all those noses blowing in the theater." Still, just a few years later, New Yorker editor AGNES W. RANDALL, 91, of Decatur died Saturday. Funeral Mass, 11 a.m. today, St. Thomas More Catholic Church; Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home, East Point. DOROTHY POnS TRUMPOUR, 83, of Stone Mountain died Sunday. The body will be cremated. Memorial plans will be announced by National Cremation Society. MARTHA LEE YOUNG, 84, of Lithonia died Saturday. Funeral, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Henry Funeral Home. 2 JAMES EDWARD TURBYFIELD, 86, of Douglasville died Sunday. Graveside service, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Raman Baptist Church Cemetery, Palmetto; J. Allen Couch Funeral Home. 3 GERALD E. HUDDLESTON , 83, of Fayetteville died Saturday. The funeral was Monday. Carl J. Mowell and Son Funeral Home, Fayetteville. ELOISE KATHERINE McEL-WANEY, 61, of Tyrone died Saturday. Funeral, 2 p.m. today, Tyrone First Baptist Church; Carl J. Mowell and Son Funeral Home, Fayetteville. CORRINE MAZZUCCHI, 63, of Alpharetta died Monday. Funeral, 10 a.m. Thursday, Sandy Springs Chapel Funeral Directors. LORRAINE WETHERBEE, 67, of Alpharetta died Sunday. The body was cremated. Memorial service, 5 p.m. today, National Cremation Society. RUBYE STOWE JONES, 92, of Snellville died Monday. Funeral, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Tom M. Wages, SnelMlle Chapel. ROY SEXTON, 48, of Grayson died Saturday. No service is planned. Visitation, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. today, Tim Stewart Funeral Home, Lawrenceville. 2 DAVID MILTON SPENCE JR., 57, of Conyers died Sunday. Funeral, 2 p.m. today, Parkway Garden Chapel. 2 MARTHA JANE DAVIS, 56, of Griffin died Sunday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Haisten-Woodlawn Funeral Home. NELLIE EVELYN FOWLER, 76, of Fairmount died Sunday. Funeral plans will be announced by Taylor Funeral Home. MARTHA RUTH GAZAWAY , 91, of Covington died Monday. Funeral, 3 p.m. today, Wheeler Funeral Home. FAMILY- PLACED DEATH NOTICES AMEY Homegolng services lor Mrs. Mary L. Amey of Atlanta, GA will be held on Wednesday, September 5, 2001, 11:00am at the Chapel of Donald Trimble Mortuary. The Reverend Clifford Jones, officiating. Interment, Southvlew Cemetery, Atlanta. GA. The family will receive Iriends at the residence this evening from 7:00pm-8:00pm. She is survived by two loving daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley (Havalyn) and Charter Amey; three grandchildren, Shequita Brooks, Melody Amey, and Marquise Amey; two sisters, Tommie Lou Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Freeman (Thelma); three brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Rctbert Bohannon, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bohannon; a goddaughter, Terri Long and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the residence, 175 Woodward Avenue, 444, Atlanta, GA 30312 at 10:00am. Donald Trimble Mortuary, Inc., 1876 Second Ave-nue. Decatur. 404-371-0772-3. AUSTIN Sil Austin of 4725 Silverdale Rd College Park, husband of Rev. Vernice Austin passed September 1, 2001. Service announced later by Young Funeral Home, 1107 Hank Aaron Dr., SW. 404-523-6606. BALL Jim Ball, beloved husband of Phyllis Ball, passed away on September 2, 2001. An original founder of Ball Stalker, Jim worked tirelessly tor the majority of his 87 years. Retiring times, he worked at King Realty until his illness. Survivors include daughter, Julia Looney and sons Steve Ball and David Ball; stepdaughters, Andrea Hinda, Michelle Oster and Eleanora Lipton and many grandchildren and great grandchildren. A private memorial service for family and close friends will be held on Wednesday, September 5. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the William C. Leichnitz Scholarship Foundation co Atlanta Polarity Center at 566 Pharr Rd. Atlanta, GA 30305 or a charity of your choice are appreciated. Cremation Society of Georgia, 404-355-7627. JASON IVEY, 20, of Luthersville died Sunday. Graveside service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Luthersville City Cemetery; Martin & Hightower Hill-crest Chapel. GEORGE LEWIS, 67, of Siloam died Sunday. Funeral plans will be announced by Watts Funeral Home, Union Point. ROBERT MITCHELL, 57, of Brooklyn, N.Y., formerly of Alvaton, died Aug. 29. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Mount Sinai Baptist Church, Gay; Sellers-Smith funeral home. SARA MALCOM RIDEN , 91, of Bostwick died Monday. Funeral, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Gibbs Memorial Baptist Church; Arthur Bowick funeral directors, Monroe. BETTY PAYTON ROPER, 62, of Eatonton died Sunday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Harvest Baptist Church; Ivy Hill Chapel. DORIS SAVAGE, 82, of Covington died Monday. Funeral, 4 p.m. Wednesday, High Point Baptist Church; J.C. Harwell & Son. 2 JACK O. BENNETT, 86, of Berlin, American civilian pilot who was a hero of the Berlin Airlift, died Aug 26. PAUL NEILSON HOWELL, 82, of Houston, founder of oil and natural gas exploration firm Howell Corp., , died Friday of bone cancer. HORACE A. "JIMMY" JONES, 94, of Maryville, Mo., who trained racehorse Citation to the final two legs of the 1948 Triple Crown and saddled two Kentucky Derby winners, died Sunday. BRIAN MOORE, 69, of Kent, England, British soccer commentator who spent nearly 40 years as a sports broadcaster, died Saturday after a short illness. William Shawn read her essay on "Bonnie and Clyde" and hired her. In this everyone's-a-critic era of web-head pundits, Ms. Kael's reviews remind us how crucial good writing can be. Love her or loathe her, you couldn't help but read her. Her comments burned with passion and acuity. She jumped all over Kevin Coster and "Dances With Wolves," ("A nature boy movie, a kid's daydream of being an Indian. . . . Costner has feathers in his hair and feathers in his head"); attacked "A Clockwork Orange, ("is there anything sadder and ultimately more repellent than a clean-minded pornogra-pher?") and refused to fawn over Julia Roberts in the box office smash, "Sleeping With the Enemy," ("When Roberts agrees to have dinner with a sincere young man, she arrives to find he's burned the roast; do men in movies always have to burn dinner so we know they're straight?") She literally called 'em as she saw 'em, which could mean a crucial rave for "The Wild Bunch" or "Last Tango in Paris." You could argue with Ms. Kael in a way that you couldn't argue with directional thumbs. And no one, not even her die-hard detractors, could deny that she cared. She more than cared. She took movies personally and she expected us to, as well. Her last review for The New Yorker was a cheerful recommendation of Steve Martin's romantic comedy "L.A. Story." In her last sentence, she praises Sarah Jessica Parker for her uninhibited Venice Beach ditz: "She's the spirit of L.A.," Ms. Kael writes. "She keeps saying yes." Pauline Kael kept saying yes, too. And she kept going to the movies. Forever happy to lose it in the dark. BLAKE Kenolia Jenea 'Kia" Blake, passed September 3, 2001. The family may be contacted at 2904 Cocklebur Trail, Decatur, GA. 30034. (404) 289-5114. Arrangements announced later, Meadows Mortu-arv. Inc.. 404-522-7478. BRYANT Celebration of Life service for Mr. Robert Bryant, Jr. "Stiff Jack" will be held Wednesday, September 5, 1:00pm at Gus Thomhill's Chapel, 1315 Gus Thornhill, Jr. Dr., East Point, GA. Rev. Robert Melson, Chaplain, officiating. Interment, Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Survivors are one sister, Mrs. Annie Parham; two brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson (Constance) and Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant (Zettie) a special niece, Ms. Eula Callahan; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends. Family and friends are asked to assemble at 2389 Meadow Park Dr., Atlanta, GA at 12:00 noon. Gus Thomhill's Funeral Home, Inc., 404-768-2993-4. CAS0N Mrs. Jimmy (Ruby Lee Dennis) Cason, 72 of Porteruale, died September 1, 2001 at Crawford W. Long Medical Center. Bom in Newton County on December 3, 1928 to the late Henry R. and Lucille Ragan Dennis, Mrs. Cason was a life long resident of Por-terdale. She worked for Bibb Manufacturing Company and retired from the U.S. Postal Service after many years of service. Mrs. Cason was a member of Porterdale Presbyterian Church and a former member of the Porterdale Women's Club. Ruby Lee will be remembered by her friends and family as a sweet lady who truly loved people ana me risen. Mrs. uason is survived by her husband, James E. Cason, Sr. of Porterdale; daughter and son in-law, Jan and Anthony Eberhardt ol Covington; sons, James Richard (Ricky) Cason, James Edward (Bud) Cason, Jr., both of Covington; four grandchildren, Tony and Chert Eberhardt of Stone Mountain; Christina Cason of Conyers; Sonny Cason and Jonathan , Cason, both of Covington; one great-grandson, sisters in-law, Betty Geno of San Antonio, TX; Ann Bailey of Covington, several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, September 4, 2001 at 3:00 p.m. at the chapel of Caldwell & Cowan with the Rev. George Damerson officiating. Pallbearers will Be Messrs. Tony Eberhardt, Sonny Cason, Jonathan Cason, Wayne Bailey, Buster Ogletree and David Capell with Tom May and Jack Kitchens as honorary. Interment will follow at Lawnwood Memorial Park. Caldwell & Cowan, Covington, GA. COLBERT Mrs. Birdie Lee Sutton Colbert of 1 West King Rd., Hampton, GA., the mother of Ms. Vernita Sutton, passed September 3, 2001. Funeral announced later. Speer & Speer McDonough, COLEMAN Celebration of Life for Mrs. Lillie Mae "Jackie" Jones Coleman of 2582 Browns Mill Rd., SE, Atlanta, GA will be held Wednesday, September 5, 2001, 11:00am at Gus Thomhill's Chapel 1315 Gus Thornhill, Jr. Dr. East Point, GA. Rev. Leon Matthews officiating. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery, Griffin, GA. The family will receive friends TONIGHT from 6:30pm to 6pm at the residence. She is survived by her children, Ms. Brenda J. Turner, Ms. Rita D. Coleman Esq., and Dr. Hen A. Coleman, Ms. Lillie C. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. R. Edward Coleman, Jr. (Sylvia); her grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Coleman (Lisa), Mr. and Mrs. Darrin Bell (Tracey), Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Burnett (Lyia), and Mrs. Eric Coleman; her great grandchildren, Aryanne, Shakeetra, Marquise Amber, Aquintis, McKenzie, MacAr-thur and Nigel, nieces and nephews, Mr; and Mrs. Tommie L. Reid (Margaret), Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Reid, Jr. (Dorothy), and a host of other relatives and friends. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the chapel at 10:45am. Gus Thomhill's Funeral Home. Inc.. 404-768-2993-4. DALE Mrs. Gwendolyn Dale of Christian City died September 3, 2001. Funeral plans later. Higgins & Son Funeral Home, Fairbum, 770-964-7833. DAY Michael G. Day, age 38 of Lawrenceville, Georgia passed away on Saturday, September 1, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Beth Day, children, Adam Day, Abigail Day, all of Lawrenceville, GA; parents, Rev. Martin and Doris Day of Atlanta, GA; brothers, M. Henry Dav Jr. of Alpharetta, GA; David P. Day of Gainesville, GA; Mark E. Day, Atlanta, GA; 2 nieces and 1 nephew, several aunts, uncles and cousins. Bom in ' Dekalb County, GA., Mr. Day was a 1980 ' graduate of Lakeside High School and a 1984 graduate of the University of Georgia. He was a member of the Pleasant Hill , Presbyterian Church and was employed . with V0PAK U.S.A. in Norcross, GA, since . 1985. He was an avid outdoorsman. A . funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 5, 2001 at the , Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, Duluth, GA. Dr. David Fry will officiate. Burial will follow in the Gwinnett Memorial Park, Lawrenceville. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, September 4, 2001 from 6-8 p.m. at Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church. Flowers accepted or memorials to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements by Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel. Lawrenceville. 770-277-4550. DOCKETT Mr. William Dockett of 123 Howard St., SjK-.'Atlanta, passed September 1, 2001. Kineral arrangements announced later. Stocks Funeral Home Kirkwood Chapel, Inc.. 404-377-P458-9. DUNCAN Mrs. Tishie Jane Duncan of 1755 Niskey Lake Rd., passed September 3, 2001. Funeral announced later. Herschel Thornton Mortuary, 3346 M.L. King Jr. Dr. (404) 691-4685. FORD Cheryl D. Ford of Alpharetta, died Friday, August 31, 2001. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later by Roswell Funeral Home, 950 Mansell Rd. 770-993-4811. GARDNER Margaret Gardner passed September 3, 2001. Arrangements announced later. Meadows Mortuary. Inc.. 404-522-7478. GAYL0R "Sharon Allen Gaylor of Atlanta, GA and Venice, FL, wife of Earl E. Gaylor and mother of Stephen A. Gaylor, died August 23, 2001. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, September 5, 2001, at 7:00 P.M. at the Brookhaven Christian Church, 4500 Peachtree Road, NE., Atlanta, GA 30319. Tel: (404) 237-3030." GILHAM Mrs. Minnie W. Gllham died September 1, 2001. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, September 5, 2001 at 11 o'clock at the graveside at Greenwood Cemetery. Rev. George Wannamaker officiating. The family will receive friends Tuesday from 6:00 until 8:00 at the funeral home. Parrott Funeral Home, Fairburn. 770-964-4800. Continued on B7 r

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